What Happened To The People Behind 2015's Biggest Scandals?

Sex, drugs, and drama gave rise to the biggest scandals of 2015. From Subway spokesman Jared Fogle's shocking child pornorgraphy conviction to Tom Brady's "Deflategate," find out how the year's biggest headline-makers are doing today.

Josh Duggar

After confessing to molesting five underage girls as a teenager and cheating on his wife using an Ashley Madison account, TLC's 19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar entered rehab in August 2015 for sex addiction. Nine months later he emerged in Arkansas. Photos obtained by People magazine show the embattled reality star and father of four selling used cars at his family's business. An insider said Duggar "looks happy" and "interacts very well with people." Although he hasn't been spotted near TV cameras, he reportedly spends quality time with his siblings, wife, and kids.

Duggar and his wife, Anna, released a statement on their family's website saying, "Since the residential treatment program ended, we have been working with a professional marriage and family counselor to take important steps toward healing. It isn't easy and some days are very difficult. It is a long road to rebuild trust and a truly healthy relationship." As of September 2016, more than a year since the scandal broke, the network is still dealing with the effects as well. According to In Touch Weekly, advertisers pulled out of backing a spin-off show Jill & Jessa: Counting On.

Jared Fogle

Subway spokesman Jared Fogle returned to the public eye in 2015 after pleading guilty to child pornography charges. He was sentenced to more than 15 years behind bars for his crimes and ordered to pay $1.4 million in restitution to 14 teenage victims, according to CNN Money. Serving time in federal prison hasn't been kind to the former pitchman, who rose to fame after losing 245 pounds by eating Subway sandwiches twice a day. In January 2016, Fogle was assaulted by a fellow inmate, suffering a multitude of injuries, including a bloody nose, swollen face, and several scratches on his neck, reported TMZ. In September 2016, news broke that Fogle had filed a federal complaint against the parents of one of his alleged victims. According to People, Fogle's complaint claims abusive behavior by the girl's parents—not Fogle's actions—are to blame for the victim's depression, anxiety, and emotional distress.

Lamar Odom

After a near-fatal drug bender at a Nevada brothel back in October 2015, it appears former basketball great Lamar Odom is still on the road to recovery. For a period of time in 2016, it seemed he was on the mend, appearing with estranged wife Khloé Kardashian and her family during an Easter church service in March 2016. But soon after, reports began circulating that he was back to his old behavior—drinking and possibly abusing drugs. According to TMZ, Odom was escorted off a flight from Los Angeles to New York in July 2016 after acting erratically and vomiting. An onlooker told the site Odom was downing beers and whisky before the plane took off. Unfortunately, that was just the beginning of a spate of new problems. In late July 2016, a source for Us Weekly said "Lamar was doing really band and his family was going to stage an intervention," but the baller was later photographed at various strip clubs surrounded by women. At the time of this writing, he had not been spotted with his family or any member of the Kardashian crew in months. [

Christine Ouzounian

After stealing the show in August 2015, it appears Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner's ex-nanny has quietly retreated from the spotlight. Christine Ouzounian was accused of sleeping with Affleck while he was still married to Garner, and for a while, it seemed Ouzounian was actually enjoying her new-found infamy. She seems to be singing a different tune these days. According to Entertainment Tonight in November 2015, Ouzounian rekindled her romance with former fiancé, Christoph Albury and is living in the Bahamas. At the time of this writing, it's unclear if the couple is reconsidering marriage. It's also unclear if Affleck and Garner will proceed with their divorce or reconcile.

Tom Brady

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady found himself at the center of a firestorm in January 2015 after he was accused of knowingly using deflated footballs during his AFC Championship game against the Indianapolis Colts, reported NFL.com. An investigation revealed the Patriots used 11 improperly inflated balls. In May 2015, Brady was suspended without pay for four games. He fought tooth and nail to get the punishment overturned on appeal, but in July 2016, after a year and a half of court battles and embarrassing headlines, Brady accepted his punishment. He'll return to action Oct. 9, 2016, against the Cleveland Browns.